Re Main Episode 5 is titled I’m Scared. The episode will stream first on Funimation and release on August 8, 2021.
The MAPPA’s original sports anime series, Re Main, on water polo gets more and more exciting with every single episode. As we all know the main character of the anime Minato Kiyomizu is all set to bounce back. After the accident that erased the entire three years of his life from his memory. Which resulted in his skills getting erased but his love for the game is everlasting.
Fans are quite excited for episode five of the sports anime. So here is everything you need to know about the anime series.
Re Main Episode 5 Release Date
Re Main Episode 5 is titled I’m Scared. The episode will stream first on Funimation and release on August 8, 2021. This will be available to premium subscribers.
Later on the 15th, the episode will be released on 15th August 2021 for free on the streaming platform. According to the Japanese Standard Time, the episode will be released at around 2.30 AM. According to the different time zones, time may vary in your location.
The series is available on various other streaming platforms such as Yamato Animation’s YouTube Channel and Amazon Prime with Italian subtitles. To watch the latest episodes with English, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitles viewers from North America, British Isles, South America viewers can visit Funimation.
About Re-Main manga series.
Re-Main is a Japanese original anime television series animated by MAPPA. The series is directed by Kiyoshi Matsuda and written by Masafumi Nishida. The series premiered for the first time in July, 2021 on TV Asahi’s NUMAnimation block.
The story is based on the life of Minato Kiyomizu who was caught up in an accident during his third middle school year. While playing water polo during winters. He was in a coma for 203 days.
Later he gains consciousness but ends up losing three years of his life from his memory. Even after losing a huge memory his love for water polo is still the same and he decides to bounce back and get all that he lost due to his memory loss.
In the last episode, we saw that Shuugo Amihama refuses to swim because he thinks he defeated his brother. In the upcoming episode, the same story continues.
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